Score One For The "Good Guys"
1 hour ago
Yeah, I know. The taxpayers are the ones paying for this. I'd rather tax money, even mine, going to Alan Gura than going into Mayor's crack pipe.WASHINGTON – The District of Columbia has been ordered to pay more than $1 million in attorneys' fees as a result of a historic gun case that was ultimately decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Dick Heller sued the city in 2003 over its ban on handgun ownership and the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the ban in June 2008, saying it violated the Second Amendment.
A person is 11 times more likely to be injured playing volleyball than hunting.Who'd a thunk it?
A person is 19 times more likely to be injured snowboarding than hunting.
A person is 25 times more likely to be injured cheerleading or bicycle riding than hunting.
A person is 34 times more likely to be injured playing soccer or skateboarding than hunting.
A person is 105 times more likely to be injured playing tackle football than hunting.
I'm sorry, but if the teacher felt she was sexually harassed by being called cute then she is a fucking idiot and should consider suicide, or at the least sterilization. Ditto for the principal and any other school official who thinks a two day suspension is the proper way to to respond to a student calling a teacher cute.A 9-year-old boy North Carolina boy was suspended for calling a teacher “cute,” WSOCTV.com reports.
The boy’s mother, Chiquita Lockett, said the principal of Brookside Elementary in Gastonia called her after the incident to say the comment was a form of “sexual harassment.”
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Officers who handled a shooting at a Montgomery post office Thursday night were lauded today for quick action. Post-Columbine police training was cited as helping to defuse the issue with no injuries and no police gunfire.
Arthur Lee Darby Jr., a 29-year-old postal employee, has been charged with two counts of attempted murder for firing shots inside the main post office at 6:38 p.m.
Russia plans to build a factory in Cuba to make ammunition for AK-47 assault rifles, Federal Agency for Military and Technical Cooperation director Konstantin Biriulin said Thursday.
"The components were taken to Cuba a few years ago. Now, it is just a matter of taking them out of the crates and getting production underway," Biriulin said.
The Russian official, however, did not say when the plant would be finished or what its production would be.